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Matt Damon Releases a Statement on Robin Williams' Death

Matt Damon Releases a Statement on Robin Williams' Death

Matt Damon has broken his silence on the death of his Good Will Hunting co-star Robin Williams with a touching statement.

Robin brought so much joy into my life and I will carry that joy with me forever. He was such a beautiful man. I was lucky to know him and I will never, ever forget him,” the 43-year-old actor said in a statement provided to

“I truly hope the people in the media can find it within themselves to give his family some privacy during this horrible time,” he added.

Matt and Robin both won Academy Awards for the beloved 1997 movie - Matt for Best Original Screenplay and Robin for Best Supporting Actor.

Make sure to check out the touching statement that Ben Affleck released as well.

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One Response to “Matt Damon Releases a Statement on Robin Williams' Death”

  1. 1
    blinki Says:

    Do you understand what it is to love a woman scene (park bench) that won an oscar. reminded me of this song:
    rip Robin and Lauren.
    mona lisa, a biography
    As a little girl, Mona Lisa carried a special charm in her left pocket. She recited poems to her teachers and was known for her whimsical free verse. Her hair was always a little wild and she was often seen observing formations of clouds in the sky. When she was 14, she fell in love with a travelling musician. He broke her heart. Some people thought that she was a dreamer, others that she was charmingly mysterious; according to her diaries, she was very shy. She went to Venice one summer and bought a parrot from South America. She called it Leo (for obvious reasons). She studied contraposto painting in a studio near the Arno, which is where Da Vinci first saw her smile. Mona Lisa understood her own inner world and loved to share it with her friends (often in cafes). Had she not become a work of art, surely she would be remembered for her sensitive perspective and her love for the color green.
    She shows us only surfaces, but she is a million, fathoms deep. -
    Ralph Waldo Emereson.

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